Innovation and Value Initiative
The Innovation and Value Initiative (IVI) is a collaboration of scientists, patient organizations, payers, life sciences companies, providers and delivery systems dedicated to finding scientifically credible approaches to measuring value in healthcare. Inspired by the open-source software process, IVI established the Open-Source Value Project, a platform for the development of dynamic, transparent and flexible scientific models that allows diverse health care stakeholders to measure value in health care treatments or services. IVI’s first two open-source models focus on the value of treatments for moderate to severe rheumatoid arthritis and non-small cell lung cancer.
February 07, 2020
There are shortcomings in the ways we have approached value assessment to date, writes the executive director of the Innovation and Value Initiative.
March 07, 2019
IVI seeks comment on its new NSCLC model through April 1, 2019.
December 30, 2018
November 23, 2018
Despite the increasing focus on the concept of “value” in healthcare, there is lack of consensus on a definition of value. While patient-centricity has been a steady refrain in healthcare, we question whether the values, needs, and preferences of patients have been meaningfully incorporated into value assessments thus far.
November 02, 2018
The current environment for healthcare value assessment seems to mirror American politics: a rush to the extreme at a time when collaboration in the sensible middle is most needed.
August 22, 2018
As healthcare innovation accelerates, it’s important to have scientific methods and begin to move towards a more inclusive and transparent approach to measuring value—one that acknowledges diversity among patients’ characteristics, preferences, and related treatment effects.